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AFSC joins call for investigation into the death of Anastasio Rojas

This week marks the second anniversary of the death of Anastasio Hernandez Rojas. He was a long-time border resident who was beaten and killed by Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents at a U.S.-Mexico border crossing.

AFSC was the first organization to assist his relatives, consoling them and lifting up the humanity of that tragedy just a few hours after the incident occurred.          

Members of Congress Urge Justice Dept. Probe Anastasio Rojas’ Killing

More than a dozen members of Congress are urging a federal investigation into the killing of Anastasio Hernandez Rojas, the 42-year old San Diego resident who died after a brutal beating.

First Look: Crossing the Line

AFSC witnesses U.S. border agents resorting to lethal force. PBS's Need to Know investigates pattern of violence in the last two years that has lead to the loss of life.

NPR: Border Agent Accused of Hiding Illegal immigrants

A U.S. Border Patrol agent in San Diego has been arrested for hiding his undocumented father and other people in the U.S. illegally. Authorities took Marcos Gerardo Manzano Jr. into custody earlier this week. They've charged him with harboring illegal immigrants at his home and lying to federal investigators, who had asked him about his whereabouts. AFSC's Christian Ramirez weighs in.

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